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Frequently asked questions
Insurance Claim Information
By law as a claimant or insured motorist, you always have the right to choose your repair facially. Don’t let the insurance companies persuade or force you to use a repair facility within their network of preferred shops. This tactic is called steering. Steering is actually illegal but it is the nature of the business. Insurance Claim Reps are trained to persuade you into using one of their in network repair facilities because they’ve negotiated agreements and contracts with these shops. The agreements and contracts often times include, but are not limited, to lower labor rates, aftermarket and junk yard parts usage, and being forced to expedite repairs in order to minimize rental car expenses. These shops are volume driven and rely heavily on the insurance company to filter work to them. Volume and production driven shops cannot focus on quality repairs because they will be held liable for delays by the insurance companies. Vehicle manufacturers have strict repair guidelines and Daya’s believes in doing the repairs the right way or not at all. Daya’s will join in on your fight to repair your vehicle regardless of what the insurance company wants. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff can help with often times confusing insurance claims.
Aftermarket Parts Disclaimer
When referring to auto parts, OEM refers to the Original Equipment Manufacturer and all parts installed during the original construction of a vehicle. In contrast, aftermarket parts are made by companies other than the OEM parts. Subsequently, these cheaper and sometimes poorly made parts often times do not fit or function correctly.